Band of Outsiders (1964)
The scene where Odil is resting her head on Franz's shoulder at the end is an exact copy of the final scene in the Immigrant where Edna Purviance rests her head on Charlie Chaplin.
Anna Karina references the dance with the roles by Charlie Chaplin with her hands before the dance sequence.
Paris cinema marquee features French Title
Sami Frey's character tells Anna Karina (who bears quite a resemblance to author Alberto Moravia's character Emille in his book CONTEMPT) that she looks like a girl in a book he has read and he will lend it to her so she may never betray him again. (An obvious part of the plot of both the book and Godard's adaptation of the book to screen).
In "Vargtimmen" Max von Sydow's character talks about how extremely long one minute can appear to be and demonstrates it by having an actual minute pass on screen while counting down on his watch. With this scene, Bergman references a scene in Jean-Luc Godard's "Bande a part" released four years earlier in which the characters have a minute of silence in the film.
The narrator mentions Band of Outsiders in the introduction.
Ville and his friend play on the lake-shore reconstructing the Bande à part scene in which Arthur and his uncle shoot each other (the same scene that was Featured earlier in the movie).
Mireille's dance echoes dance of Odile
The crime theme and Oldsmobile reference Godard's film
synchronized dance of characters
Uma Thurman and John Travolta were shown this film's famous dancing scene to give them an idea of how to perform in their own dance sequence. Uma Thurman's character Mia Wallace's look was also partially based on Anna Karina's from this film.
Mentioned by Jean-Luc Godard.
Matthew, Theo, and Isabelle race through the Louvre in homage
Scotty mentions it. Also, a poster is shown in his apartment.
The film quotes the line "big one million dollar movie" from this film
Main characters dance the "Madison"
movie case is shown in the rental store
a poster of this movie is seen
Referenced in title of film
Dance sequence on the train bridge is similar to the cafe scene
References famous "The Madison" dance sequence that includes Anna Karina, Godard's wife at that time.
The dance in the diner scene is referenced several times.
Movie scenes from this Movie can be seen here